Legal notice and privacy policy

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Legal notice

Terms & Conditions
Website editor
Déborah Kneubuhler, 11 rue Jean Joinville, 37230 FONDETTES
Tel: (+262)6 93 64 83 22
Liberal profession, micro-enterprise, SIRET no.: 91006312200030
Hosting provider
O2SWITCH, 22 Bd Gustave Flaubert 63000 Clermont-Ferrand
SIRET NO. 51090980700024

Publication manager, Webmaster
Déborah Kneubuhler is responsible for and owner of all content on the website.

Data protection delegate
Déborah Kneubuhler,

Intellectual property rights

In general, the data, texts, information, logos, visual identities, images (animated or not) and their layout appearing on the “” site are the exclusive property of Déborah Kneubuhler and are protected by the provisions of the French Intellectual Property Code.


The owner of the “” site declines all responsibility for any malfunctions that may occur on the site, resulting in loss of data or unavailability of access to information produced on the site. Internet users are solely responsible for their use of the site’s content.

The elements presented on the site are subject to change without notice and are made available to Internet users without any express or tacit guarantee of any kind.

The presence of hypertext links on the site does not create joint and several liability between the owner of the “” site and the owners of other sites, as regards the content of the sites to which the Internet user is redirected. Only the responsibility of the aforementioned sites may be engaged.


“A cookie is a small file stored by a server on a user’s terminal (computer, telephone, etc.) and associated with a web domain (i.e. in most cases, with all the pages of a single website). This file is automatically sent back when the user contacts the same domain again.
Cookies have many uses: they can be used to memorize your customer ID with a merchant site, the current contents of your shopping cart, the language in which the web page is displayed, an identifier enabling your browsing to be tracked for statistical or advertising purposes, etc. Some of these uses are strictly necessary for the company’s business. Some of these uses are strictly necessary for the functionalities expressly requested by the user, or to establish communication, and are therefore exempt from consent. Others, which do not correspond to these criteria, require the user’s consent before reading or writing.”
Source : CNIL (

On the “” site, you are free to manage your consent to cookies, authorizing or refusing their installation on your terminal. However, refusing to install a cookie may reduce the quality of your browsing experience and make it impossible for you to access all the site’s services.

More information on this page concerning the Cookies policy of the “” site (only in french).

Privacy policy – Personal data management

The “” site collects and uses your data via its contact form for the sole purpose of responding to your contact request and/or establishing a commercial proposal. By using the Service, you consent to the collection and use of information in accordance with this policy. Under no circumstances will your data be transferred to a third party or used for any other purpose without your prior consent.
The data provided on the contact form is saved in a computer file by Déborah Kneubuhler, Data Protection Officer.

Your information will be kept for a period of three years after the last active contact, after which it will be deleted by the data controller.

You will retain a right of access to your data. You will be able to access it, rectify it, request its modification and deletion, and exercise your right to restrict its processing. You may exercise these rights at any time. To do so, please contact the site owner:

By e-mail: ;
By post to the following address Déborah Kneubuhler, 11 rue Jean Joinville, 37230 FONDETTES
You may also withdraw your consent to the processing of your data at any time, or object to the processing of your data. You may also exercise your right to portability of your personal data.

If, after having contacted the Data Protection Officer, you find that your “Informatiques et Libertés” rights have not been respected, you may lodge a complaint with the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés or CNIL, 3 Places de Fontenoy, 75007 Paris.

Note: Information marked “required” in the contact form is compulsory and must be provided. This information is required to provide our services.